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  1. Has anyone heard of any resolution on this problem? The same thing just happened to me 03 C4S with only factory radio: No Bose, CD changer or PCM. Turning the engine off then locking and unlocking the doors got the radio restarted.
  2. :clapping: THANK YOU - That was it. Fuse E-6 was blown. This fuse powers the vapor control solenoid. You can actually hear the solenoid when you open the gas fill flap. Apparently this fuse is also the UnSwitched side of the cell phone connector that everyone uses to get power to after market accessories. The switched side of the cell phone connector, which I use for a navigation system is on another fuse. E-7 or 8. For anyone else with this problem, I could not even get fuel in using a 1 gallon hand can. I have repaired this before on a 2003 996. The car has a rollover valve
  3. :angry: I have a 2003 C4S tiptronic. Suddenly, I can not pump any fuel into the tank. It splashes back out. Is there some type of solenoid on a vent that would prevent fuel being pumped in? I'm in trouble. There is not enough fuel in the tank to drive to the dealer!! Thank you
  4. I have been pleased with the RubberTite Floor Mats from AutoAnything.com in Boxster, Cayenne and C4S. They are cut reasonably will and hold water
  5. Everyone taps into the Cell Phone Connector to get 12 volt power. Has anyone worked with the mute function? What is the functionality? If all you need to do is switch 12v to that wire, it would be relatively easy to make a blank switch into a mute switch. It has always annoyed me that the CDR23 does not have a mute. Thank you
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